A court hearing is scheduled for the man accused of shooting at Lansing police officers last month.
25-year-old Michael Magik Jones of Holt is facing several charges including firing into a building, carrying a concealed weapon, and felony firearm.
He's also facing assault weapons charges for a separate incident that happened in February.
Jones is scheduled to be in court for a probable cause hearing at one o'clock Thursday.
Police say Jones shot into a building on Mary Avenue near MLK on March 31st before he exchanged gunfire with police in two different locations.
He was shot multiple times by officers after they found him at an abandoned lumber yard.
No officers were hurt and three Lansing police officers are on administrative leave while state police investigate.
Jones was arraigned at a local hospital by 54-A District Court Magistrate Kelly on the following charges:
Count 1: Weapons - firing into a building / dwelling occupied on 3/31/18 (Felony)
Count 2: Weapons - Carrying Concealed Weapon on 3/31/18 (Felony)
Count 3: Weapons - Felon Firearm Possession on 3/31/18 (Felony)
Count 4: Felonious Assault on 2/24/18 (Felony)
Count 5: Weapons - Carrying Concealed Weapon on 2/24/18 (Felony)
Count 6 Weapons - Felon Firearm Possession on 2/24/18 (Felony)
BOND: $750,000.00 Cash / Surety